ASVAB Exam Study Tips

If you’re on this site, you’re probably preparing for your ASVAB exam – and you are nervous about it.

And you have reason to be – the ASVAB is an intense test, with 9 (sometimes 10) subtests, all in different subject areas (though some are kind of related).

Four of them are the most crucial tests where you HAVE to do well, no matter what. But don’t let the other ones slide.

And that’s not all…

You HAVE to do well on the ASVAB test if you want to be accepted – and especially if you want to have a chance at the military career of your choice. Certain careers require a much higher score than others. A career in the Airforce is one of them.

So how can you make sure you do well on your ASVAB test?

Here are a few tips…

1) Study the right material

The review of the ASVAB Test Center above should convince you that the test center might be worth the investment. I certainly think so.

You do need an insider’s info, and the material in the test center gives you an opportunity to study the right stuff – and practice taking exams until you’re comfortable with the material and confident that you’ll do well on the test.

But that’s not all…

2) Study the right way

In addition to having the right material to study, you also need to study it the right way. How so?

Consider your preferred learning strategies.

If you learn well by reading, you’re probably in good shape since much of the material is presented to you in written form, and you’ll have to take the exam in writing.

But what if you prefer to learn by listening?

You could try to find audios – and you can even make your own. After all, a lot of repetition is essential, so why not read some of the material onto a tape recorder or an mp3 recorder and then play it back to yourself later.

If you’re a kinetic learner, you need to take action. One of the easiest built-in ways to do that (other than to take frequent breaks and walk around the room (or around the block)) is to write stuff down – preferably by hand,

Best of all… use several different channels or all of the above. Your brain will remember everything better if you feed it the information in several different ways. Read it alound, write it down, and listen to the information for best results.

c) Take ASVAB practice tests

It’s really important to take ASVAB practice tests before you dive deeply into your studies. You need to know where you stand, plus you’ll probably find it motivating to monitor your progress. But if you didn’t record the starting point, you won’t be able to see the difference.

Helpful resources

In order to best prepare for the ASVAB, I highly recommend you get access to the ASVAB exam practice center and discover how to pass your ASVAB.

You’re also welcome to my free study guide, which you can get here:

CLICK HERE For Your FREE Study Guide!

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